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Thundering Summers !!!
Torching summer days and Lightning nights !!! this is not any movie story line but my present state! as if this was not enf. i lost connectivity! thanks to the lightnings 2 nights ago :-(( someone get me connected....!!! BAD SUMMER - DEAD CONNECTIVITY, wats next ?!? mite i dare ask :-| Am posting this up from a net cafe where the internal temperature is higher than the heat outside and os runnin here is half dead and half corrupted... with ocassional connectivity!!! no connectivity - no work :-(( ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2005 1:42 PM

"Security - less about technology, more about processes"
Building the right processes and inculcating the right people may lessen the need for additional security mechanisms, say Microsoft's executives in an exclusive interview with CIOL. BANGALORE (21st May): Many would scoff at the idea of the Redmond based software giant, Microsoft, talking seriously about security and trying to advice customers on the strategy that has to be built to ensure better levels of the same. But for Steve Riley, Product Manager, Security Business Unit and Dave Glover, Developer ......

Posted On Sunday, May 22, 2005 1:21 PM

MEDC 2005 Videos - Yummy!!!
Tons of video from the mobile and embedded developer's conference:Mike Hall has lots of videos from the mobile and embedded developer's conference that was held this week in Las Vegas. If you missed MEDC and didn't sign up to the MEDC 2005 Podcast Feed then here's what you missed - we recorded over 80 video segments on site at MEDC 2005 - here's the first batch, more to come next week when we finish editing and transcoding the content - start voting for your favorite video ! Welcome to MEDC 2005 ......

Posted On Saturday, May 21, 2005 12:07 PM

Singularity: A research OS written in C#
Microsoft Researchers Jim Larus and Galen Hunt lead an intriguing project where they've built an OS using managed code. The project is known as Singularity. In their own words: Singularity is a research project focused on the construction of dependable systems through innovation in the areas of systems, languages, and tools. “We are building a research operating system prototype (called Singularity), extending programming languages, and developing new techniques and tools for specifying and ......

Posted On Saturday, May 21, 2005 12:00 PM

Get Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET
Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET makes it easier to build Oracle Database applications on Windows. With a tightly integrated set of tools for Visual Studio .NET, developers can make use of versatile new features, such as: Automatic code generation Powerful designers and wizards Context-sensitive online help Easy-to-use stored procedures editor Developing Oracle Database applications on Windows has never been easier. Click here to download your FREE copy of Oracle Developer Tools for ......

Posted On Saturday, May 21, 2005 10:57 AM

Home-brew Your Own Instant Messenger App with Visual Studio .NET
Learn .NET network programming by writing your own chat application, and in the process, create a slick client-server application that supports simultaneous conversations with multiple clients. by Wei-Meng Lee Writing networked applications is one of the most interesting aspects of programming. It is both rewarding and intriguing to see your applications successfully communicating over the network. In this first part of a two-part series on network programming, u will see how to build a chat application ......

Posted On Saturday, May 21, 2005 10:50 AM

ASP.NET Development Through Web Controls and Declarative Programming!
ASP.NET WebControls do more than just allow you to write reusable components. They can provide an entire approach to Web application development, allowing you to bring a new level of OOP to the UI and letting you program declaratively. by Miguel A. Castro What is declarative programming ? how you can use it when developing ASP.NET Web applications, and how, with the help of WebControls, to use it as an approach to ASP.NET development ????? Lately I've come to notice that no other programming term ......

Posted On Friday, May 13, 2005 11:32 PM

FUN TIME WITH SQLSERVER 2005 - CrossWord!
Solve this crossword on SQLServer 2005 Programming!

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Posted On Thursday, May 12, 2005 12:00 AM

Microsoft Security Week (MSDN)
>> Session 1: Building Secure ApplicationsThis session will cover building standards based secure "Service Orientated Architecture" solutions and we'll look at the tools and the technologies to help make this a reality. >> Session 2: Microsoft IT Application Software Assurance Program (ASAP) The Microsoft Information Technology organization (Microsoft IT) developed the Application Software Assurance Program (ASAP) to inventory, assess, and—when necessary—help resolve potential ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 11, 2005 9:15 PM

MSN Acquires MessageCast!
MSN Acquires MessageCast to Expand Automated Alerting Services!Alerts technology will provide MSN customers with more choices. The MSN® network of Internet services today announced that it has acquired substantially all the assets of MessageCast Inc., a leading provider of automated alerting and messaging technology that currently supports the MSN Alerts service. This acquisition builds on the robust MSN Alerts platform, enabling tighter integration with the MessageCast technology. It also extends ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 11, 2005 8:48 PM

Yahoo 1GB!

YAHOOOO !!! Just noticed!, my mail box is now 1GB!

Posted On Tuesday, May 3, 2005 10:29 AM

Tech Ed now in Hyderabad!
Great news for all those who wished TechEd in “Hyderabad” ur wish is now fulfilled! TechEd 2005 is being conducted in these cites: Bangalore Chennai Mumbai Hyderabad New Delhi starting this june hurry register today! Tracks:• Developer Tools • Server Technologies • Databases • Connected Systems and Smart Client • Mobility and Embedded • Architecture ......

Posted On Monday, May 2, 2005 12:26 PM

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